Good morning and welcome again to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a short jumpstart on your week.
This is a messed-up version, as a result of we’re each internet hosting Equity Monday on Tuesday (as a result of that is sensible) and our regular host Alex Wilhelm is on trip, leaving (editor’s be aware: poor and massively underpaid) managing editor Danny Crichton to get up early on the primary day of the workweek to speak to himself in entrance of a microphone.
Here’s what we (okay I) talked about this morning:
- We talked about distant work and an article I wrote referred to as “Work From Home is lifeless, lengthy stay Work From Anywhere”
- Remote employee payroll startup Deel’s A16Z funding spherical
- Facebook’s cost-of-living adjustment controversy and distant workforce initiatives
- An article I wrote on digital nomads a number of years again referred to as Digital nomads are hiring and firing their governments
- Run The World’s second fundraise in two months, this time from Founders Fund
- The massive court docket choice for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou tomorrow, who has been beneath home arrest in British Columbia since December 2018.
- The UK’s reversal of a choice to incorporate Huawei in its 5G community plans, additionally referencing Scott Bade’s piece on Huawei and the West.
- And lastly, on the brink of chat with Verizon CEO (and TechCrunch’s final head honcho) Hans Vestberg later immediately at 2pm EDT / 11am PDT since we will’t get sufficient about telecommunications.
Equity will likely be again Friday morning with extra. Welcome to the week!
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